Computer ScienceAutomation and Industrial Electrical EngineeringElectric and Hybrid Vehicles EngineeringElectrical engineeringInformation and Communication TechnologyPower EngineeringComputer Science The IT specialist is one of the most sought-after professions on the labour market. Students learn how to design complex IT systems, Internet applications, create computer games and programs for mobile devices. The program prepares students for careers in in software development companies, IT systems administration or their own IT business. The Faculty’s cooperation with IT companies allows students to understand the specificity of the IT profession, as well as acquire practical skills in programming and designing IT systems by participating in classes, workshops, internships, and courses conducted by company representatives. full -time studies • 3.5-year (7 semesters) first-cycle studies leading to BSc degree (inżynier) Subject areas: – information systems – computer graphics – information and communication technology • 1.5-year (3 semesters) second-cycle studies leading to MSc degree (magister inżynier) Subject areas: – information systems – computer graphics part-time studies • 4-year (8 semesters) first-cycle studies leading to BSc degree (inżynier) Subject areas: – information systems – computer graphics – information and communication technology • 2 -year (4 semesters) second-cycle studies leading to MSc degree (magister inżynier) Subject areas: – information systems – computer graphics IS (information systems) covers organization and architecture of modern computer systems, operating systems, computer networks and databases. Students can program computers, design information systems and have basic knowledge of artificial intelligence, computer graphics and multimedia systems. They know the principles of software engineering and are prepared for careers in companies and programming teams dealing with the design, implementation and operation of information systems. They are provided with the knowledge of Internet technologies sufficient for the design and management of network information systems. Computer graphics prepares students to program in modern programming languages. They have the knowledge of operating systems, know the principles of computer building systems, including modern graphics processors, the basics of databases, computer networks and the principles of software engineering, as well as advanced computer graphics programming techniques, multimedia systems, the basics of creating computer games, the principles of image composition and basic information about art form and art history. They are provided with the knowledge of image processing, the basics of using software for raster, 3D and vector graphics. ICT covers designing and administering complex network systems, big data analytics and designing security solutions related to cybersecurity. ICT graduates gain knowledge, skills and competences supported by numerous international Cisco certificates that can be obtained during the course of study. Students acquire programming skills in Python and C ++, as well as knowledge of the Linux operating system, the basics of routing and switching, designing ICT networks and wide area network technologies. Learning outcomes (first-cycle studies) Students have knowledge and skills of general IT issues and additionally, depending on the selected specialization, the knowledge and technical skills of IT systems, computer graphics or ICT. They know the principles of modern computer building and are well acquainted with the devices cooperating with computers. They have the knowledge of operating systems, computer networks and databases; they develop programming skills and know the principles of software engineering allowing them to work effectively in programming teams. They also have the basic knowledge of artificial intelligence and human-computer communication. The graduates are prepared for the careers in IT as well as in companies and organizations using IT tools and systems. Learning outcomes (second-cycle studies) Graduates have extended knowledge of information systems or computer graphics and are prepared to carry out design and development tasks in technical informatics. They can analyze and evaluate design solutions obtained in conditions of limited information about the designed system, choose the right design technique for hardware, software and mixed systems, and solve problems related to the development of design tools and techniques in the field of computer science. They are prepared to undertake difficult design tasks and solve current research problems. Apply now! Study in EnglishApply now! Study in Polishsemester 1 Humanistic Course 1 Fundamentals of Marketing Calculus and Linear Algebra Physics Fundamentals of Electronics Introduction to Computer Science Fundamentals of Programming 1 Arithmetic and Logic Systems Occupational health and safety training semester 2 Humanistic Course 2 Fundamentals of Conducting Business Activity Probabilistic Methods and Statistics Fundamentals of Programming 2 Programming in the C language 1 Algorithms and Data Structures Computer Systems Architecture 1 Digital measurements semester 3 Foreign Language B2 level Discrete Mathematics Dynamic Systems Programming in the C Language 2 Computer Systems Architecture 2 Operating Systems 1 Databases 1 Microcontrollers programming 1 semester 4 Foreign Language 2 Protection of Intellectual Property Introduction to Networks Object Oriented Programming Java Operating Systems 2 Intelligent Systems 1 Databases 2 Microcontrollers programming 2 semester 5 Physical Education 1 Foreign Language 3 Web Application Development 1 Methods of computation Intelligent Systems 2 Concurrent Programming Mobile applications Circuits and Signals – faculty Mandatory specialist courses semester 6 Physical education 2 Foreign Language 4 HES 4 Apprenticeships Mandatory specialist courses Selectable specialist courses semester 7 Diploma seminar Diploma project Occupational safety and ergonomices Mandatory specialist courses Selectable specialist courses Automation and Industrial Electrical Engineering The course of Automation and Industrial Electrical Engineering was created in response to the local market’s demand for highly qualified specialists. The course combines the fields of automation, electrical engineering and computer science. Interesting projects implemented during the course in cooperation with companies will allow students to gain practical knowledge and establish contacts with potential employers. study languages: Polish Full-time course 3.5-year course (7 semesters) , first cycle degree program leading to BSc – Bachelor of Science in Automation and Industrial Electrical Engineering First-cycle-program graduates Graduates will be prepared to work in the positions of an automation electrician. They will gain knowledge tailored to the requirements of plants using automated and robotic production lines, vision systems, Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things technologies. Graduates have skills that will enable them to effectively apply their knowledge of mathematics, physics, electrical engineering, electronics, computer science and automation to analyze contemporary engineering problems and synthesize their solutions, which will allow them to carry out engineering tasks in design offices and modern industrial plants. Graduates will be able to create software for PCs, PLC controllers and microcontrollers. They will learn how to program machine control systems, production processes, CNC machine tools and industrial robots. They will be able to use modern IT tools, including CAD / CAS and SCADA software, for rapid prototyping, design, simulation, and visualization of automation systems and industrial processes. They will be able to design automation systems complying with the basic standards, norms and legal regulations, as well as drive systems, power supply systems, electrical installations and protection systems for electrical devices. Students will undertake industrial placements provided by leading automation companies in the region, which will help them quickly find a job in the field. Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Engineering Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Engineering is a course of the future – constant innovations in the electric car industry have a great impact on the transport sector. Currently, the labour market is facing a shortage of staff prepared for servicing and maintaining electric vehicles and the infrastructure involved. study language: Polish Full-time course 3.5-year course (7 semesters) , first cycle degree program leading to : BSc – Bachelor of Science in Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Engineering First-cycle-program graduates Graduates of the course will receive a comprehensive education in this interdisciplinary field – including knowledge in the field of design, construction, control and use of power electronic traction converters, electric vehicle drives, energy storage, electric vehicle charging stations, automatic control systems, microprocessor systems – which will enable them to solve problems related to current technological and innovative challenges in the coming decades. Graduates’ knowledge, combined with the continuous demand to transform to ecological vehicles equipped with electric drive will allow them to be employed by one of the dynamically growing enterprises, institutions and organizations dealing with electric and hybrid vehicles engineering. Graduates will be prepared to work in the field of industry related to electric and hybrid vehicles and the adequate infrastructure necessary for the proper functioning of this type of transport, as well as in already existing companies producing transport fleet and municipal transport companies that implement eco-friendly vehicles. The extensive knowledge acquired in the course of the program in the field of power electronics, automation of electric drives and electronic systems additionally gives the graduate a strong foundation to work in the profession of electrical equipment maintenance engineer, which today is in great demand, as well as the possibility of continuing education in the second-cycle courses in the discipline of Electronics, Automation and Electrical Engineering. Electrical engineering Electrical engineering is a course for candidates who are not afraid of electricity, are keen on challenges and pursue technical interests. Students will learn the methods of producing and distributing electricity, methods of converting electricity into mechanical, thermal or chemical energy used in industry or at home, the fundamentals of designing and operating electrical devices and electrical installations. They will gain qualifications to work in many areas related to energy conversion, automation of production processes, as well as design and operation of power electronic devices. study language: Polish Full-time course 3.5-year course (7 semesters) , first cycle degree program leading to BSc – Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Scope: – automation, – industrial electronics and power electronics, – computer measurement systems, – energy conversion and use, 1.5-year course (3 semesters), second cycle degree program leading to MSc – Master of Science in Electrical Engineering Scope: – automation, – industrial electronics and power electronics, – computer measurement systems, – energy conversion and use, Part-time course 4-year (8 semesters) first cycle degree program leading to BSc – Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Scope: – automation, – industrial electronics and power electronics, – computer measurement systems, – energy conversion and use, 2-year (4 semesters) the second cycle degree program leading to MSc – Master of Science in Electrical Engineering Scope: – automation, – industrial electronics and power electronics, – computer measuring systems, – energy conversion and use, In the scope of automation, students will gain skills necessary for process modelling, analysis and synthesis of control systems, building automation components and devices, programming and application of microprocessor controllers and microcontrollers, power electronic drive systems, fundaments of robotics and computer-aided design of automation systems. In the scope of industrial electronics and power electronics, students receive a thorough preparation covering the theory and analysis methods, computer modelling and computer-aided design of microprocessor-controlled industrial electronics systems, with particular emphasis on power electronic systems used, inter alia, in automated electric drives, traction vehicles, induction heating, energy, in modern lighting, household and military technology. In the scope of computer measurement systems, students acquire knowledge in the field of analogue and digital measuring transducers, VLSI systems, with particular emphasis on programmable systems used in metrology, standard measuring interfaces, microprocessor systems, single-chip microcomputer microcontrollers, measuring systems for electrical and non-electrical quantities. First-cycle-program graduates Graduates gain engineering competence in related fields, such as automation and measurement systems, energy conversion and power electronics, electric drives and industrial electronics, necessary for various types of services and production, independent and innovative technical problem solving, the use of new technologies and computer devices and information technology in design and management, e.g. automation systems and systems, electricity conversion, power electronics. They are capable of using computer-aided design software for designing electrical networks and installations, securing and protecting electrical devices of modern drive systems, as well as operating technological, switching, security, control and measuring devices powered by electricity. Second-cycle-program graduates Graduates are provided with advanced and thorough knowledge in the field of design, construction, operation and testing of electrical devices and computer measurement systems and digital control systems. They are skilled at using appropriate IT and electronic tools. Information and Communication Technology It is a new, attractive field of study of a practical profile for those interested in ICT. It offers a wide range of courses, including 6 months of internship, as well as workshops on soft skills and an extended course of ESP. Students can obtain renowned Cisco certificates, recognized all over the world and appreciated by employers (e.g. CCNA, CCNP, C / C ++, Python, CCNA CyberOps, IoT, BigData, DevNet, Linux). The acquired knowledge and professional competence allow the graduates to pursue careers in all companies operating in a broadly understood ICT industry. study language: Polish Full -time studies 3.5-year (7 semesters) first-cycle studies leading to BEng degree Learning outcomes (first-cycle studies of a practical profile) The observed dynamic development of ICT and IoT technologies is related to the increasing demand for specialized staff who will be able to develop, implement, maintain and use the technologies that are already available. Graduates of ICT, thanks to the experience gained during their studies, are be prepared to deal with challenges in constantly developing ICT field. During their studies, they acquire in-depth knowledge of ICT networks, the most important operating systems and the necessary programming languages. Completing the program of a practical profile allows the graduates to gain extensive professional experience in the course of studies. The graduates are prepared to start a professional career in the areas of: design, management, implementation and security of ICT networks, programming in C / C ++ / C #, Python, Java, network programming, cybersecurity, Internet of Things technology, Big Data analytics, artificial intelligence, creating of mobile applications, real-time object location systems and video monitoring, Data Center, function virtualization and containerization and implementation of 5G technology. The use of reputable teaching materials provided by Cisco as a part of the Cisco Networking Academy program in the education process is unique on a national scale. Students have the opportunity to participate in free trainings and obtain numerous certificates. Additionally, a module related to the development of soft skills is included in the study program – it covers the skill of self-presentation and the development of emotional intelligence. Power Engineering Power Engineering is the field for ambitious students who like power and energy and are interested in its conventional and unconventional generation. The studies focus on the techniques of generating energy in large thermal and hydroelectric power plants and from renewable energy sources. study language: Polish Full-time studies 3.5-year (7 semesters) first-cycle studies leading to BSc degree Subject area: – renewable energy and power engineering Learning outcomes (first- cycle studies) The students gain the knowledge of renewable energy technology and operation of devices in the power industry required to supervise processes related to the use of local energy sources as well as the skills to program the development of local energy infrastructure, modernize processes and devices and set up and manage a small company in the energy sector. They have basic skills that allow them to solve problems of modern power engineering in local government units, also with the use of unconventional (especially renewable) energy sources and handle the problems of environmental hazards. They can plan and design the development of field energy management based on local, ecological sources and are acquainted with the structure and operation of electricity sources, with particular emphasis on cogeneration and energy distribution, including issues related to electrical and heating installations in residential buildings and energy-saving solutions. They also have the knowledge of photovoltaic cells, wind farms, fuel cell and heat energy in heat pumps and solar collectors.